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the context of the family. joining us in our panel today are frances harding, director, center for substance abuse prevention, substance abuse and mental health services administration, u.s. department of health and human services, rockville, maryland. dr. nancy young, executive director, children and family futures, irvine, california. erica asselin, family support specialist and medication-assisted treatment advocate, fresh start, square one, holyoke, massachusetts. dr. kim sumner-mayer, senior advisor, phoenix house center on addiction and the family new york, new york. fran, what is the definition of family within our society currently? that's a very good question. family has changed, the definition. we used to think of family as two parents living in a house with two children and probably a pet or two. now, we have a wide variety of families. we have families that are one parent, single parent, being raised by friends, being raised by grandparents, relatives of all sorts. the good thing about that is it brings the ability of a lot of diversity, a lot of ethnic cultures are different, an
preventing, treating, and recovering from mental and substance use disorders within the context of the family. joining us in our panel today are frances harding, director, center for substance abuse prevention, substance abuse and mental health services administration, u.s. department of health and human services, rockville, maryland. dr. nancy young, executive director, children and family futures, irvine, california. erica asselin, family support specialist and medication-assisted treatment advocate, fresh start, square one, holyoke, massachusetts. dr. kim sumner-mayer, senior advisor, phoenix house center on addiction and the family new york, new york. fran, what is the definition of family within our society currently? that's a very good question. family has changed, the definition. we used to think of family as two parents living in a house with two children and probably a pet or two. now, we have a wide variety of families. we have families that are one parent, single parent, being raised by friends, being raised by grandparents, relatives of all sorts. the good thing about that is it b
assistance. it's just a wonderful supportive leg for the families to have. we want to encourage these youth to go to school and further their education and let them know that anything that they want is obtainable. we also want to bring back the families. you know, we want to make sure that they are cohesive and they work well with each other and in addition we also want to build the community as a whole. we respect our clients, we value our clients' opinions about the services that are provided, and we listen real well to what our clients have in reference to input. and we recognize that our families bring a host of strengths to the table and we try to capitalize on what those strengths are. having a community of people who are also in recovery helps our clients learn to let go of that guilt and shame that they have regarding their addiction and that they are now in recovery and that that is what they should really be proud of. and i go through this and i sit with the women and i talk to them and we go through our individuals and i hear it over and over. the women say all the time, "i need
to input. and we recognize that our families bring a host of strengths to the table and we try to capitalize on what those strengths are. having a community of people who are also in recovery helps our clients learn to let go of that guilt and shame that they have regarding their addiction and that they are now in recovery and that that is what they should really be proud of. and i go through this and i sit with the women and i talk to them and we go through our individuals and i hear it over and over. the women say all the time, "i need my kids more than they need me," "i need my kids, i need my kids." so that's one of our biggest goals is to reunite family and keep families together. family center treatment is the way to be. i don't understand why everyone's not doing it across the board because it is shown to be more effective. i just think it should be more programs like heros and sheros in order for many more families to be touched. so kim, we were talking about the adolescent and other institutions that can actually come in and act as a beginning of a buffer for that adol
family center treatment is the way to be. i don't understand why everyone's not doing it across the board because it is shown to be more effective. i just think it should be more programs like heros and sheros in order for many more families to be touched. so kim, we were talking about the adolescent and other institutions that can actually come in and act as a beginning of a buffer for that adolescent. talk to us a little bit about that. sure. well, i think in just about every setting, a child exists in there are caring adults available, or there can be caring adults available who can be a protective factor to a child and help that child access their own inner resilience. so including things like helping children realize that they can use humor, that they can develop close relationships with safe adults. teaching children ways that they can be safe. okay, if you can't bring friends home because crazy things are happening there and you can't study there how can we put something in place so that you have a safe place to go after school? if you're concerned about your siblings the
effective. i just think it should be more programs like heros and sheros in order for many more families to be touched. so kim, we were talking about the adolescent and other institutions that can actually come in and act as a beginning of a buffer for that adolescent. talk to us a little bit about that. sure. well, i think in just about every setting, a child exists in there are caring adults available, or there can be caring adults available who can be a protective factor to a child and help that child access their own inner resilience. so including things like helping children realize that they can use humor, that they can develop close relationships with safe adults. teaching children ways that they can be safe. okay, if you can't bring friends home because crazy things are happening there and you can't study there how can we put something in place so that you have a safe place to go after school? if you're concerned about your siblings then how can we make sure that their needs get met? so really, i think we just need to encourage adults to not ignore signs that a child is strugglin
, we will be talking about our military service members, veterans, and their families; and providing support for their substance use and mental health problems. joining us in our panel today are: jennifer crane, operation enduring freedom veteran, outreach assistant, give an hour, coatesville, pennsylvania; dr. barbara cohoon, deputy director, government relations, national military family association, washington dc; dr. mike haynie, executive director and founder, institute for veterans and military families, syracuse, ny; a. kathryn power, samsha strategic initiative lead for military families and regional administrator region 1, substance abuse and mental health services administration, u.s. department of health and human services, boston, massachusetts. kathryn, there's approximately 2.3 million active military men and women and about 22 million vets. um, talk to us a little bit about why military families are important to our national security. well, i think that one of the most important reasons that we are paying attention to the military family is because we know that this pa
there, so let's see. we have another resolution here, and a comondidation for the support of families with children with disability. is there a motion? >> so moved. >> and a second? >> second. >> okay. reading of the resolution by author commissioner. >> in support of the families with children with disabilities and i will read the relevant paragraphs. whereas in 1982 support for families with disabilities has offered information, education and parent to parent support free of charge to families with children with kind of disability or health care need in san francisco and whereas the agency has benefited the special needs families of the san francisco unified school district by providing phone line and drop in services as well as workshops, resources, referrals and guidance in english, spanish and can ton easy and mandarin and support for families had the mentor program and a training session for the english and spanish speaking parents seeking to improve their special education knowledge and self advocacy skills resulting in 22 new leer trained 11 english speaking, 11 spanish spe
'll be talking about behavioral health issues among military families. joining us in our panel today are kathryn power, director, center for mental health services, substance abuse and mental health services administration, u.s. department of health and human services, rockville, md; captain joan hunter, director of psychological health, u.s. public health service, detailed with the national guard bureau, arlington, va; hector zayas, recovery coach and consultant, orlando, fl; dr. bradley karlin, national mental health director for psychotherapy and psychogeriatrics, office of mental health services, department of veterans affairs headquarters, washington, dc. kathryn, more than 2 million troops deployed to afghanistan and iraq. what are some of the behavioral health issues related to the returning vets that are there, the vets that are there, and the returning vets? i think all of us are paying great attention to the behavioral health issues of anyone who has been in combat. and, first of all, when we use the term "behavioral health," we generally are talking about a broad range of mental and e
and quality relationships with our children's families. we'll discuss what we can do to keep the lines of communication open between school and home. but we won't do it alone. we'll talk with parents and teachers from a number of different early childhood programs-- family daycare homes, head start, university-based lab schools, and private child care centers-- and we'll learn all about their firsthand experiences of dealing with and responding to the needs of children and their families. you must be gabrielle's dad. i'm eleanor. good to meet you. hendrick: there's an old adage, "when we support the family, we support the child." but the opposite is true, too. when we ignore the family, we ignore a vital part of knowing the child. the key, of course, is communication, and it's never too early to start. ...keep her out of school. she's doing great. she really likes it. i think it's important to know where a child comes from because each child comes from a different background, and that's one of the reasons that we do home visits, is to meet and talk to the family in their own environmen
suffer constantly. and, and so how does one, um, in a family environment, look out for that particular person? i mean, they may have been assessed and i go back to it, that mike has mentioned, everyone has mentioned, there are tons of programs that can assess, that can identify, but what does the immediate family need to be very sensitive to in terms of that military member? well, i think jen referred to the isolation. so, i think family members really need to pay attention. and, and be of assistance as possible whenever necessary, to be sure and make sure that people are not isolated. they are not separate. they're not alone. that they have some sort of social support. that they have some activities to do. people want to be reconnected to something. it's that lost [inaudible] military. even though they may be putting everyone in harm's way? that's right, and that is when you have to be able to say to people, "i understand, i'm trying to empathize with why you are disconnecting, but, but because we love you, we want you to be reconnected with us." and when we come back, i want to be ab
a catastrophic event for millions of american families. this go around we have not heard that much about it from either campaign. white is housing seem not to be a focus this time? >> it is a focus of the president. as you know, there is a broad range of things we have done to try to move the country forward and smooth the housing situation forward. you have seen president obama talking about the need to open up more refinancing. this is one of the most important things we can do at a time when interest rates just hit 3.4% this week, at the lowest 30 year mortgage rate in the history of the country. we have to open it up to more families. that is something the president has talked about. we are taking actions to do that. he is urging congress, at the senate, and the house to take action on the proposal to open up free financing more broadly. beyond that, i do not think we have heard much from the president's opponents on housing. i am not sure he has ideas that can move the housing market for word that are stronger of better than what the president has put forward. we heard governor romney say j
the veterans and the rest of the military family that needs services. absolutely. we're finding more and more of our population in the national guard has never deployed. and our suicide rate in the army national guard doubled from 2009 to 2010, so there were huge, drastic, tragic consequences for not getting assistance. and, i wanted to point out that the national guard has put in 54 directors of psychological health in all our states and territories. we have yellow ribbon programs. we have transition assistance advisor programs. we have employer support. tell me a little bit ... let's go back and let's talk about the yellow ribbon program. for example, what is it destined to do? the yellow ribbon program is a reserve component program we use in the national guard that brings service members together at various points through the deployment process, before they deploy and then at certain days after they deploy. and it allows them, with their family members, to come back and start talking about reintegrating into civilian life, which is very different. anyone who has ever deployed, whether it'
of not treating the veterans and the rest of the military family that needs services. absolutely. we're finding more and more of our population in the national guard has never deployed. and our suicide rate in the army national guard doubled from 2009 to 2010, so there were huge, drastic, tragic consequences for not getting assistance. and, i wanted to point out that the national guard has put in 54 directors of psychological health in all our states and territories. we have yellow ribbon programs. we have transition assistance advisor programs. we have employer support. tell me a little bit ... let's go back and let's talk about the yellow ribbon program. for example, what is it destined to do? the yellow ribbon program is a reserve component program we use in the national guard that brings service members together at various points through the deployment process, before they deploy and then at certain days after they deploy. and it allows them, with their family members, to come back and start talking about reintegrating into civilian life, which is very different. anyone who has ever deploye
is mental health and substance abuse treatment services to insure that veterans and their families are accessing those services to reach out to our program, but we are really here to insure that veterans and their families are accessing the benefits that they are entitled to. we are also, here to, um, connect them with not only federal resources and state resources but also with their communities. i went to church and i was going to make my peace with god. and i had, um, um, a bullet that was sitting home that i was going to use when i got back. i had lost my family and, um, thought i was going crazy, i still saw people i lost. and this one guy, he was, he just kept talking to me and he, um, he says, "you got ptsd and you got it bad." he says, "there's someone you need to talk to." i'm glad that you doing that. i think that would be nice for you to have. my son jason had, you know, after 911, felt like he needed to go serve his country, went over. he came back from there. he started gambling or, started to use recreational drugs, and, thank goodness, i got arianna day's name and he
that it is going to be run by a very responsible family operation is a real credit to park and rec for their selection process and we wholeheartedly, my family and i'm a member of the board of directors marina association as well as -- and the first class of the nert, so i've been active in the community for a great number of years and enthusiastically support your hopefully approving this particular project, and also the notification issue is sort of a red herring, as pointed out, it's been made very public for a couple of years and since ms. kelly sent out e-mails to members of the marina community association, so if you're not a member, you come back later and claim i didn't hear about it, well, you haven't been very active to begin with if you haven't been getting the right notice as part of the association. thank you for your time. >> thank you. >> christian na* and then august. >> hello, commissioners, my name is christian na*, i'm the manager as the regional market street location, and i could understand some of the concerns if it was a big corporate restaurant going in, but
enjoy add wonderful life with martin, in recent year, we have discussed raising a family and we don't want to raise a family anywhere else, our dream to take our home and to make it into a family home. what you see in the drawings today is a family home, it's created through the addition of a family home and it's been a long evolution to get to this point. it's been shaped to create beautiful architecture and to integrate the neighborhood and city feedback that we've received over this past year. we have made numerous changes to accommodate neighborhood and city requests and i believe that working and integrating these aspects created a better project that we had started off with, something that is balanced and beautiful and integrates seamlessly into the neighborhood, i base this not only my own belief but we have letters of support of the design as well as the fact that the city's department recommends this project, the letters that support and the city analysis just documents the knowledge that we have from our neighborhood, from the day we contacted our architect is the day we a
my alma mater, somebody who worked with for many years, he has been part of the elected city family for the city college for over a decade. of course, that is mr. marks. you want to give our condolences and certainly acknowledge milton's contribution to our college, not only to his family, community, to the environment that he terrorist so much, but also to the institution of our city college that he worked so hard to improve. he took up the mantle, especially in the hard times when it was challenging already. i had a chance to express that to abby last week and let her know that we were thinking about >> thank you and welcome everybody to today's announcement of my appointment to the city college board of trustees for san francisco. let me begin by thanking my good him, certainly, were blessed with the many years of service that he and the family provided. his contributions to our education community will be sorely missed, but for the generations to come forward for will provide, continue to provide the kind of education and job skills that we need for our city. over the last few w
of family life. and in italy, as archaeologists explore the ruins of pompeii, new investigations shed light on the nature of the roman family and the surprising role of slaves. who do we live with and why ? what can these ancient families tell us about our own families ? around the world, archaeologists are looking far beyond the palaces and temples into the households of common people, bringing families to life out of the past. come forward all the way. oooh ! that's it. good. hold on me. come forward. ease the baby out with little pushes. come on. you can do it. beautiful ! the baby's coming up to you. waaahh ! keach: every newborn child immediately confronts three basic needs -- food, shelter and education. in the beginning, these needs are met at home. but in industrial societies, that soon changes. teacher: times three... we educate our children in schools. how would you read this number ? 21,000. you're getting these two a little mixed up from the example before. we earn our daily bread in offices, and we buy it in markets. but in many cultures, the household is still the most basic u
francisco supporting families. [tone] this is not a case of domestic violence. we need all of this to be done in a right and just way. thank you for your attention and consideration today. [applause] >> criss evening. my name is michelle. i'm here to stand for not only ross mirkarimi, but for the family and any of you that may go into a situation like this. i think he has done incredible work. i really appeal for you to consider his career, his thoughts, and a benefit for the community that he would bring, and that he has brought all through his career. thank you. >> hon. commissioners come eileen hansen, a former ethics commissioners. i want to thank you for your service. i know the kind of time and energy it takes. i am understand there are tremendous pressures on you. thank you for your professionalism and your fairness. i had not intended to speak today, but i was struck by something i earlier. which is that both parties canker -- concur that relation of duties is key to whether official misconduct occurred. we know that with regard to ms. contact -- with regard to misc
can. >> reporter: for a day and a half, he had been held here at the john mere medical center. family members had been in and out of the facility along with chp officers all in support of him. >> i think it's really important that you guys know, he absolutely loved his job. all of us, and all of you in the community. truly. >> reporter: it has been a very difficult evening out here at the john mere medical center. so many people driving by saying has the chp officer survived. unfortunately he has not. >> reporter: this tragedy really bringing the community together out here this evening. a community which has rallied around the family of a fallen officer. >> reporter: it was a quiet and solemn night. family and friends consoling one another, offering each other support and comfort, lighting candies in the memory of the cph officer and father of four. >> he was a good man. family man. >> being a mother, it kind of hits you at the heart. >> we are a small community, and it's a tragedy. >> reporter: they paid their respects and showed support to the family. >> i couldn't get to work yes
family if you're up the night. he was shot and brought here yesterday yesterday morning. he shot by the driver of the cheaper install on highway 16 in alamo. >>> i killed the shot so that's when i look round and that's when i see the cup in us when he was shooting the person in the cheap. >>> the second officer hope to young summoned so paramedics arrived. the registered owner couldn't afford the towing fees and left it in the hands of the tow yard. we're waiting for more information this morning on the man who is driving a jeep. we also keep you posted this morning on the condition of officer young strum. we're expecting to hear more from officers at a press conference of 11 this morning. >>> learn more about the background of the chp officer who is now fighting for his life. >>> officer young show is on life-support with his family by his side. this morning we are learning that officer was also a devoted father. he graduated from the chp academy in 2005 and was based at martinez for five years. his of amanda has been father and. the officer is not only a co-worker here is a goo
and his family. i am the executive director of a youth program called united players. personally, i don't know what happened. but don't nobody know what happened except him and his wife and god. i do not that we should put judgment on anybody. it's as in the bible that if i tell you about the splintered in your eye, what about the log in your eye? i'm not here to speak about the issues. i'm here to tell you what i know about him personally. i have been here 17 years now and for me to come out and speak for somebody, to support him, it is serious for me. i truly believe the actions that i have seen ross do in the city of san francisco have saved lives. the streets speak about ross. they are out there, the families, the kids, the mothers, they see what impact he made on the people out there when he was district supervisor. he always came out and demonstrated through his actions that he cared for other people. i see how much it affects somebody when you take their kids away from somebody, because it almost happened to me. i commend our brother. there is a lot of violence going on on the st
ross back with his wife and his family. i am the executive director of a youth program called united players. personally, i don't know what happened. but don't nobody know what happened except him and his wife and god. i do not that we should put judgment on anybody. it's as in the bible that if i tell you about the splintered in your eye, what about the log in your eye? i'm not here to speak about the issues. i'm here to tell you what i know about him personally. i have been here 17 years now and for me to come out and speak for somebody, to support him, it is serious for me. i truly believe the actions that i have seen ross do in the city of san francisco have saved lives. the streets speak about ross. they are out there, the families, the kids, the mothers, they see what impact he made on the people out there when he was district supervisor. he always came out and demonstrated through his actions that he cared for other people. i see how much it affects somebody when you take their kids away from somebody, because it almost happened to me. i commend our brother. there is a lot of
. he was good at what he did, her wos. and tyrone woods. three sons, family member saying he loved life, loved adrenaline. you could not find a more skilled s.e.a.l. than him. live pictures. secretary clinton there, president obama. the families have gathered there in the hangar, as well, we're told. earlier in the week, the president reaching out to the family of ambassador stevens. both have spoken in recent days of the work of these four in libya. the secretary of state, hillary clinton, talking about her own faith, saying refraining from violence is not a sign of weakness in one's faith, it's absolutely the opposite. a sign that one's faith sun shakele. she said we can pledge that when ever one person speaks out in hate and bigotry, ten voices can answer. we're expecting to hear from secretary of state clinton as well as the president on the take, on the loss of four americans in libya earlier this week on the anniversary of 9/11. we want to join our senior foreign affairs reporter, martha raddatz. we'll hear from you in a moment. >> mr. president, mr. vice president, secretary pane
loop in their family going to stanford and on to harvard law. let's listen to joaquin. >> today, san antonio is our nation's seventh largest city. a city on the rise that looks like american of tomorrow. julian is a dedicated husband to his wife erica, a public school teacher and a wonderful father to his 3-year-old daughter. so it's with much love and pride that i present to you by best friend, my twin brother, san antonio mayor julian castro. ♪ i've gotta a feeling that tonight's going to be a good night ♪ >> the 37-year-old julian castro and his brother. and the biggest moment in his speech-making life for sure. >> thank you. ♪ tonight's gonna be a good night ♪ >> thank you. thank you. thank you. thank you. thank you. my fellow democrats, my fellow americans, my fellow texans, i stand before you tonight, as a young american, a proud american, of a generation board as the cold war receded. shaped by the tragedy of 9/11, connected by the digital revolution and determined to re-elect the man who will make the 21st century another american century, president barack obama! the
. i also know that since march, 2011 -- [tone] she has wanted to return to her family and career in venezuela. she stated repeatedly that the video was made because of a potential custody fight, not because she fears her husband. theo means the world to his parents. how many of us have argued over the care of our children? how many of guys have done and said things in an emotional moment for which we are deeply sorry? the mayor's charges are billed on an erroneous -- [no audio] >> thank you, ma'am. next, please. >> thank you. my name is espinoza jackson. i have been a career activists for 50 years or better. n surprised that you have had this commission for just 18 years. you have a hard decision. i'm hopingÑi that you do the rit thing. as the previous speaker said, the family knows best. and the innuendoes about brutality -- she was bruised because a lot of us are easy tubers, and we all know that. i want you to takece- the facts are, and not what people or the press gave up. please, do the right thing. so that you can sleep at night and people can look up to you in years to c
for military families. >>> we'll start tonight with a look over downtown bellaire. the clouds gradually rolled in. >>> that means the rain is not too far off. will you need an umbrella? >>> let's check in. when will the rain head our way, wyatt? >> i would take the rain tomorrow. rain is edging in already. in southern maryland we have rain towards charles county and a couple showers creeping in the d. c. area. this is just the beginning. the main storm system is well south and west of us. heavy rain in the tennessee valley. the storm system is getting its act together. we have two different components we'll phase together. we can see some heavy downpours and gusty thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon. we'll be watching this situation very carefully through the rest of the night, just a shower or two, maybe showers for the morning commute, but the better chance comes in towards midday. more ahead. >> we are learning new details about the paramedic that was arrested and charged with assault. >> a police report gives details about 31 year old sean white allegedly slapping a drunk woman while she was
a family, and the father and mother are working. for a lot of kids, there is a lot of idle time. it is not like, i will join the gang and i will shoot you. you grow up that way, and before you know you are cutting school. this is begins. working with the different kids that we have, the gangs are still the same -- the game is still the same and the players have changed. some of these kids are savage. i can look in their eyes. they can go way out -- what works for me is to get their trust. i don't tell them, drugs are bad and this is bad. if you can figure out where this began you can follow this. and why did i join a gang? what attracted me, it was the power that came with it. there was no money involved and nothing involved. we all have different stories. and we have to adjust. we have to get the parents involved. as for my example, we came to america and i ran circles around, they could not relate to that. this could fit any kind of story. especially when they are young. and the proof that it works, it does not work like that. i have to share interests with them. i work with g
in the investigation and the missing northwestern university students. family members just rushed in. it is breaking news that began just a short time ago around a 20 5:00 p.m. it has brought this year to north shore university health hospital formally known as evanston hospital less than 1 mi. from where i was at a 25 is when our new struck had been taking place near the land searches when the mundoula came running out of the building with the stress on their faces look at the exclusive video we shot just a half an hour ago. nearly a dozen family members are leaving the hospital very quickly refusing to talk to us. we have been in direct contact not only with the family but with the university ever since and ever since that time there has been pretty good communication whenever possible there are search is going on whether it was yesterday or today on campus involving students and local police right now we're waiting to understand what it all could mean that they rush tahir of all places a place for people are being treated when they are hurt or injured which means potentially that could have found
, it is really about information sharing, talking and getting to know the people, the families, and they do a lot of work in the intervention field as well as the prevention. with this task force, what they have to do is build those relationships. you cannot do that, with the police and the radio car. you have to get to know them. you have to know them when they are hurting. that is what amazed me. i went into the task force office. i ask them, what is this about? they have adopted the families into the worst housing projects in our city. their own funds that they put together, they will go out to get young kids. this will build those relationships. what they do, if you work in the community network, this is the guidance of youth and their families. they are made up of former gang members. what they did when they took over as the commander, is to ask them what is going on. i asked her, what can we do to make this better? but i did then, after the discussion i brought in these captains to meet with the personnel. the actual formal gatt -- former gang members. i told them we have to work together.
alone. they are offering support to his family and the colleagues who worked-w >> somber. a lot of reflection. a lot of question marks as to how this type of incident could occur. >> reporter: youngstrom was shot by a driver he pulled over on i-680 in alamo yesterday morning. another officer who arrived as back-upshot and killed the driver. colleagues describe 37-year-old youngstrom as a man with his feet planned firmly on the ground. he's married and has four kids. >> a real conscientious officer, caring, family man, christian man that is going to get his family and us through this, he has a strong christian faith. >> reporter: youngstrom has worked at the chp for seven years. >> we've been getting calls, whatever you need, we are here for you, banning together there's strength in young at this time. >> reporter: youngstrom was shot in the neck and is on life support his colleagues are trying to brace themselves for what is next. >> we've been told the injuries are not compatible with human life. having been told that, that puts things into perspective. and it also prepares us
youngstrom is never alone. they are offering support to his family and the colleagues who worked-w >> somber. a lot of reflection. a lot of question marks as to how this type of incident could occur. >> reporter: youngstrom was shot by a driver he pulled over on i-680 in alamo yesterday morning. another officer who arrived as back-upshot and killed the driver. colleagues describe 37-year-old youngstrom as a man with his feet planned firmly on the ground. he's married and has four kids. >> a real conscientious officer, caring, family man, christian man that is going to get his family and us through this, he has a strong christian faith. >> reporter: youngstrom has worked at the chp for seven years. >> we've been getting calls, whatever you need, we are here for you, banning together there's strength in young at this time. >> reporter: youngstrom was shot in the neck and is on life support his colleagues are trying to brace themselves for what is next. >> we've been told the injuries are not compatible with human life. having been told that, that puts things into perspective. and it also prepa
of presentation day, he is the first person of volunteers to do the bbq. he's a man of faith, close to his family, and right now his family is hurting, as we all are, as well as the community in general. >> the gentleman got up to do his work, to make a living for his family, and he does not get to go on to them. >> this woman does not know the fallen officer but was moved to bring these flowers to chp headquarters this morning honoring the officer who was shot in the neck yesterday morning alongside highway 680 in alamo by the driver of this jeep. this is cellphone video taken in the moments after the shooting when a second chp officer shot the suspect who later died from his injuries. >> i saw when the cops started shooting that guy that was in the jeep. and as soon as he shot the guy in the jeep, he ran to the police car and i guess that he called for backup. >> the wounded officer, 37 years old, has been with the chp for seven years and before that he was in the army reserves and is the father of four children, two boys and two girls. this firefighter came to chp headquarters to display the f
to actually have political power and be in office including his own family. >> well, who was herschel cashin? >> that was my great grandfather. handsome man, isn't he? [laughter] he was in our family lore, herschel cashin was the first black lawyer in the state of alabama and the architect of reconstruction, you know? i grew up listening to my father repeat this over and over, you know, as a teenager my eyes would roll. and in this book i go off in search of the source of my father's passions, and i find out that the outlines of the lore are there, but he was admitted to the alabama bar in 1878 -- >> to the alabama bar? >> to the alabama bar. not the first, but the fourth colored lawyer in the state, and he did serve in reconstruction, during reconstruction, served two terms in the alabama legislature -- >> as a republican. >> as a radical republican. my father always made it clear, as a radical republican. [laughter] but he wasn't the architect because by the time he got elected, reconstruction was already closing down. but my great grandfather, the gentleman in the picture, for the next 40
, in recent year, we have discussed raising a family and we don't want to raise a family anywhere else, our dream to take our home and to make it into a family home. what you see in the drawings today is a family home, it's created through the addition of a family home and it's been a long evolution to get to this point. it's been shaped to create beautiful architecture and to integrate the neighborhood and city feedback that we've received over this past year. we have made numerous changes to accommodate neighborhood and city requests and i believe that working and integrating these aspects created a better project that we had started off with, something that is balanced and beautiful and integrates seamlessly into the neighborhood, i base this not only my own belief but we have letters of support of the design as well as the fact that the city's department recommends this project, the letters that support and the city analysis just documents the knowledge that we have from our neighborhood, from the day we contacted our architect is the day we acted our neighbors, we wanted them to know a
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